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Get Big Payouts In Free 3 Card Baccarat Online

The game developer The Art of Games has created a version of Baccarat called 3 Card Baccarat. The game is available online free. You do not need to download any software or casino suite to play the game. If you want to play 3 Card Baccarat, all you need is a compatible browser, flash-based plug in, and a network connection. The demo version allows for hours of free play. The free game provides you with €50 free credits to play.

When the game loads, you will hear a male dealer''s voice say, “Place your bets.” In the upper right corner of the screen next to the shoe, there is a table limit card. You will see the minimum bet is €1.00 and the maximum bet is €100.00. To the left of the table limit card there is a chip tray. To the left of the chip tray is a deck of cards. Below the chip tray you will see the game logo printed on the green-surfaced Baccarat table. Below the logo are the numbers 0 through 9. Text on the table's surface reveals dealer's total pays 1:8 – tie pays 25:1, and three faces pays 95:1. The beautifully presented Baccarat table has a faux wood border.

The Art of Gaming's 3 Card Baccarat is played with a single deck of 52 playing cards. The face cards in the game are worth zero points. The player and the dealer get three cards each following the wager. The hand that has the highest amount of points wins. If the two hands have an identical point value, then the hand possessing more of the face cards is the winning hand. If both the player's and dealer's hand have the same face cards and point values, then the hands result in a tie. In 3 Card Baccarat, you can bet on a dealer win, player win, or tie.

There are four chips you can use to place your wager. The chips are in the lower right corner of the game screen. The denominations available include 1, 5, 25, and 100. There are three mouse driven controls that initially appear before the game begins – deal, rebet, and clear bet. After a round, the mouse driven “New Game” button appears. A male voice announces the point value of each hand.